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ExecuJet celebrates its Sweet 16 in the Middle East at Dubai Air Show

ExecuJet is exhibiting at this year’s Dubai Airshow from 08-12 November at the Dubai World Central Airport at stand 1800.

ExecuJet Middle East, part of the ExecuJet Aviation Group, is celebrating 16 years in the region coupled with 10 years MRO operations, as the company continues to increase its presence in the UAE.

The Swiss-headquartered organisation is a Bombardier authorised service facility, which has been awarded Best Overall Maintenance Facility two years in a row and best International Maintenance Facility for the fifth consecutive year. It specialises in the maintenance of Bombardier, Embraer and Hawker business jets for which it holds OEM authorisations.

Currently the Part 145 maintenance organisation supports approvals from 22 different national aviation’s authorities including the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), and recently obtained U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) under Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) 145.

Mike Berry, Executive VP, ExecuJet Middle East, says: “We’ve grown tremendously. The ExecuJet entity in the Middle East began in 1999 with just a couple of managed aircraft, but it now employs over 345 people and runs state-of-the-art MRO and FBO facilities at Dubai International Airport and Dubai South. We’ve also expanded our FBO network into Riyadh and Istanbul, making a total of four in the region.

“We are especially pleased to participate at the Dubai Air Show this year, as we celebrate 16 years in the Middle East. The show is a great opportunity to network and promote our full aviation services in the region, and given the central location of the UAE on the world map, we hope to meet plenty of business people from other regions too.”

ExecuJet is exhibiting at this year’s Dubai Airshow from 08-12 November at the Dubai World Central Airport at stand 1800.